Experts In The News

Mashable

The skies can be clear, blue, and tranquil. "And all of a sudden, boom, you hit it," Dan Bubb, a former airline pilot and now an aviation historian at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, told Mashable.

Yogonet Gaming News

The Casino Collectibles Association (CCA) has announced its 31st annual show, scheduled to take place in Exhibit Hall C at the South Point Casino in Las Vegas, from June 13th to 15th, 2024. The association calls the show a "must-see for those fascinated by gaming history".

Gambling News

There are a few red flags surrounding how the Nevada Gaming Control Board (NGCB) handles confidentiality. People are worried that this might affect the transparency and answerability of the state’s very profitable casino industry.

P.B.S.

Jump in the Mud on Vegas All In at "Dig This," where owner Ed Mum lets us play with bulldozers and excavators. The whole family can have fun competing in games and crushing cars. Next, we tour the Black Fire Institute at UNLV with Bob Bernhard, exploring its revolutionary vision for hotels, gaming, and restaurants. At the Atomic Museum, Joe Kent shows us a popular exhibit.

P.B.S.

Jump in the Mud on Vegas All In at "Dig This," where owner Ed Mum lets us play with bulldozers and excavators. The whole family can have fun competing in games and crushing cars. Next, we tour the Black Fire Institute at UNLV with Bob Bernhard, exploring its revolutionary vision for hotels, gaming, and restaurants. At the Atomic Museum, Joe Kent shows us a popular exhibit.

Bloomberg

Fenwick & West lawyers were “directly involved” in FTX’s efforts to blur its relationship with a sister hedge fund before the massive crypto exchange went bust, according to a court approved examiner.

K.S.N.V. T.V. News 3

As the start of early voting begins Saturday, May 25, in Clark County, one professor is stressing the impact of down-ballot races. Dr. Michael Green, a UNLV professor and the history department chair, joined ARC Las Vegas and Evan Schreiber live to give some perspective on early voting.

K.S.N.V. T.V. News 3

Concerns among the traffic safety leaders before Memorial Day which begins a time when more deadly crashes happen among teen drivers. It’s called the “100 Deadliest Days of Summer” and is between Memorial and Labor Day.